Succulent Studios Subscription Box Only $10 Shipped

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Two succulent plants packed into white box

Succulents + Subscription Box = Best. Gift. Ever. 

Succulent Studios has taken all we love about succulents and turned it into a fun subscription box!

For just $10 a month, you’ll get two hand-selected, seasonal succulents delivered right to your door.

Even sweeter, you’ll score free shipping on your first box with promo code CACTUS at checkout. Note that you may be offered $5 off your first box for signing up for emails, however the promo code CACTUS offers a bigger discount and you can only use one promo code per order.

two small succulent plants in black containers and card with plant name and instructions

Succulent plants are one of the easiest plants to take care of as they need very little water and care to survive. They are perfect for people who want plants, but don’t have a lot of time and/or space. They store their own water in their leaves to help them survive which gives them their “waxy” appearance.

baby succulents planted into two adorable owl containers and sitting on a kitchen shelf

Your box comes with two 8-week old baby succulents grown in California using only organic fertilizer. They ship in 100% plastic-free packaging and biodegradable pots. Plant them indoors in a cute container or take them outside! If you plant them outdoors, they do great in rock gardens and you can even plant them between the seams in retaining walls!

What happens after my first box?

After signing up, you’ll then be enrolled for their monthly delivery at just $10/month plus shipping. HOWEVER, you can skip any month you’d like by choosing “Skip it” in your account. You can also gift any month by clicking the “Gift it” button! They’ll send your box to the address of your choice, and your normal subscription will resume the following month. Cancel your membership at ANY time online. There are NO cancellation fees!


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Comments 11

  1. K80

    Its official. There is a subscription box for Every.Single.Thing. I bet another Hipster can not come up with an idea that is not already a subscription box. Its true, on the daily, i hear of a new subscription box. Succulents 🤣😆 cute idea

    • cj

      Condom subscription box 🙂

      • Laura

        There’s a box for that.

        • dblD amber

          There is. We used to have it at our sorority in college.

  2. Karen

    I would pass on this. I got this a couple of months ago. These are small clippings, not rooted. The why the package these looks go, but it doesn’t keep the plants secure. You can buy better succulents on Amazon. I recently got two 4-inch pots of two trailing/hanging type succulents for $15. These are large, healthy rooted plants compared to the subscription.

    • Susi

      Would love the link to the trailing plants if you have it!

    • Kerry

      I got these also when there was a deal through Swagbucks. I agree, so not worth it. I cancelled immediately after receiving them. It was very simple to cancel online though.

      • Liza (Hip Sidekick)

        Darn! Sorry to hear you weren’t pleased with your subscription, Kerry. Glad to know it was easy to cancel though!

    • Sara

      This would be good for me if they were rooted. I’m a plant killer. I can’t help it.

      The longest I have kept a plant alive is 9 – 10 weeks. It was a jade plant that was in a small pot I bought at the LSU CASA Ceramics sale on 11/30/16. It had one questionable looking leaf but was otherwise very much alive. I even got new growth. I went on a cruise 2/9/17 and got back home on 2/13/17. I remembered the plant two weeks after getting back. It was super dead.

  3. Nicole

    Paying more than $4 per small succulent like that is a total rip off. I cant believe this is even a thing

    • Liza (Hip Sidekick)

      I think it would make a really cute gift idea for a college student. Something “live” for their dorm that’s hard to kill! LOL! And you could have it delivered directly to them. My Lowe’s had succulents about this size for $4 – $5, so the prices seem similar, at least for my area. 🙂

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